Oasis Skateboard Factory


The Oasis Skateboard Factory is a Toronto, Canada based school that was established to offer an alternative to students who are struggling with standard education. The school has partnered with multiple companies to teach students skills that they would need to be members of a skate company. Through a new and creative approach, it teaches basic subjects and how to integrate them into the world of skate and business, as well as how to manufacture the decks.  While it tends to attract those who have a strong passion for skating, it also pulls in students interested in street art and board design. Various projects offer community involvement opportunities, such as painting murals and real world experience, for example, some of the students have had articles published in skate magazines. With small class sizes, strong mentors and professors, and funding backed by the Toronto District School Board, staff and students alike are feeling good about the future of the school. And to top it all off, the school has shown to have a 100% success rate with all students passing credits. Don’t you wish your education was more like this?

Oasis Skateboard Factory @ G.E.T Schooled Launch Party from Maiko on Vimeo.

Give them a look on their Facebook-

Click to add a comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

More in Skateboarding

Ghostface Killah and Dustin Dollin review the Vans Propeller Skate Video

Ghostface Killah & Dustin Dollin Review The Vans Propeller Skate Video

skatemagSeptember 23, 2015
Primitive Skateboarding Presents Carlos Ribeiro

Primitive Skateboarding Presents Carlos Ribeiro

skatemagSeptember 13, 2015
Lil Wayne Skateboarding in Orange County

Lil Wayne Skateboards in the Streets with Greg Lutzka and Crew

skatemagSeptember 9, 2015
Young Skateboarder Ryan Sheckler on Classic Clips by Joe Krolick

Ryan Sheckler Young Skateboarding Classic Clips #14

skatemagSeptember 9, 2015

Volcom Announces Exclusive Collection With New Era And Tilly’s Benefitting The Sheckler Foundation

skatemagSeptember 8, 2015
Screen Shot 2015-06-30 at 11.36.02 AM

Toms Traveler Glasses are Indestructible!

skatemagJune 30, 2015
Mighty Healthy Street Wear

Get Mighty Fresh For Spring with the Mighty Healthy SS15 Collection

skatemagApril 14, 2015


skatemagMarch 3, 2015
Tinlid has made this possible. Everytime you purchase a THRIVE hat, Tinlid will plant a tree through the National Forest Foundation.

Check out these Sick Strapbacks from Tinlid Hat Co.

skatemagJanuary 14, 2015

Skateboarding Magazine is a project by Tony Owen, Anomaly LLC Design